Key Stages 1 & 2

Engaging people with nature is a passion for our educators

Why Learn Outside?

 School children engaged in learning in natural environments have been found to have higher levels of achievement in reading, maths, science and social studies and a greater motivation for studying.

 School pupils participating in adventure learning have been found to make 3 additional months of progress in terms of learning outcomes in comparison to their peers.

 School based learning in a natural environment was associated with improved attendance rates.

 Greener school environments, such as the presence of natural features in the playground, have been linked with better motor skills, psychological restoration and rates of physical activity.

 The specific use of woods or forests as settings was associated with the acquisition of academic, social & personal skills, increases in confidence & self esteem and improvements in physical skills.

Natural England Note EIN017 July 2016

Our expert educators will lead the group on a journey of exploration and discovery, making the natural world accessible and enticing. 

Sessions include:
 How does pollen spread?
 What lurks in the water?
 Why is mud so special?
 Where the mini beasts are


Downlad our schools brochure below to read more about the sessions we offer and how they link to the national curicculum.


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